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AP Art History Chapter 10 - Rome

Temple of Fortuna Virilis (Temple of Portunas) 75 BCE. Volcanic ash used in concrete. Roman, Greek, and Etruscan elements. 1 Cella with engaged columns – Ionic Order – Facade orientation, you are suppose to look at it from the front. Temple of Vesta Italy – Early First Century BCE, Frieze around the top, on entrace, …

World history 101

Mesopotamia A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that developed the first urban societies. In the Bronze Age this area included Sumer and the Akkadian, Babylonian and Assyrian empires, In the Iron Age, it was ruled by the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian empires. Fertile Crescent The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first …

AP Art History Unit Test One Images

Venus of Willendorf “Venus of Willendorf” Village of Willendorf, Austria Paleolithic c. 28,000-25,000 BC An ancient maturity doll, most likely used to provide good fortune for female reproduction. The figure stands about 4in tall and is certainly not a goddess. Her features are defined in the regions most important to reproduction. Hall of Bulls, Lascaux …

ICA #3 (Chapter 19)

What were TWO ways World War I affected race relations in the United States? Ethnic and racial differences were being highly recognized which resulted in the demand for a homogenous culture or “Americanization.” Science was being applied to social organizations in a discriminatory way such as involuntary sterilization on criminals, idiots, imbeciles, and rapists to …

Modern World History Mid-Term. Chapter 7, section 4

Napoleon’s Costly mistakes -Continental System -Penensula War -Invasion of Russia Continental System -In 1806, Napoleon set up a blockade to prevent all trade & communication between Great Britain & other European Nations. -thought it would make continental Europe more self-sufficient & destroy Britain’s commercial & industrial industry. -Didn’t work -British aided smugglers to get goods …

5.3

Common clinical findings in patients with obstructive lung disease include all of the following, EXCEPT: A. pursed-lip breathing. B. chronic air trapping in the lungs. C. a decreased expiratory phase. D. abdominal muscle use. C. a decreased expiratory phase. Pneumonitis is especially common in older patients with: A. a history of a stroke. B. frequent …

Chapter 12 Test Review World History

Origin of feudalism After the fall of Charlemagne’s empire, disorder and uncertainty plagued western Europe so people turned to powerful landholders who, in exchange for for certain services, would provide that security;. feudalism it was a way of life based upon the ownership and use of land. fief feudal system of the Middle Ages centered …

Modern World History - Chapter 6 Test Study

Copernicus This polish astronomer concluded that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun. Vesalius This British physician introduced a vaccine for smallpox Fahrenheit This German scientist made the first thermometer Fredrick the great This Persian king reformed society improving edu, outlawing torture, and granting some religious freedom Joseph II This Austrian king reformed …

Chapter 16, Section 1: US History

Jacob Riis He wrote the book “How the Other Half Lives” which was about how the poor people (mostly immigrants) suffered from terrible living conditions in their tenement homes. Progressivism A reform movement that addressed many of the social problems that industrialism created. Muckrakers People that exposed or “raked” the filth and corruption of a …

A History of Western Music: Chapter 20

Enlightenment All problems can be solved through scientific observation and reasoning. Increased population, manufacturing, trade, and income. Reason, nature, and progress were the main themes. The Public Concert The new way of hearing music that arose in the eighteenth century. Offered opportunities for performers and composers. Galant Style (French) Most common term for the new …

Chapter 26: Recording Information

If information is purposely omitted from the record, you should: a. erase the notes that are not pertinent. b. accept that sometimes data are omitted. c. state in the record why the information was omitted. d. use correction fluid to cover the information. ANS: C Any deferred or omitted portion of the patient record requires …

US history 1 chapter 2-3

John Smith English explorer and soldier, founded Jamestown joint-stock companies businesses in which investors pool their money/wealth for a common purpose Jamestown first location of English settlement headright system the Virginia company’s policy of granting 50 acres of land to each settler and each family member who accompanied him indentured servant a person who has …

Geo Final

smaller, rounder, better sorted and dominately resistant minerals As sediment is transported downstream, away from its points of origin, the particles become: Mineral calcite Fossiliferous limestone, chalk, micrite and aragonite all have to do with Chert Doesn’t have to do with mineral calcite Avalanche on a submarine slope If you find graywacke in the place …

Chapter 7 Guided Reading

How did the Articles of Confederation compare to the Constitution in regard to sovereignty? Under the Articles, States had omre autonomy while the Constitution gave some powers to the united states How did the Articles of Confederation compare to the Constitution on regards to the economy Under the Articles states made more decisions about the …

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Anthropology Chapter 1

Anthropology – the study of humans and our close biological relatives, the Primates – the study of human cultural and biological variation, and evolution – how did we get this variation? What are the subfields of anthropology? 1) cultural 2) linguistic 3) archaeology 4) physical (biological) anthropology What are the subfields of physical anthropology? 1) …

AP Bio: Ch.53: Population Ecology

population ecology study of the biotic and abiotic factors that affect population size, density, distribution, and age structure population a group of individuals of a single species that occupy the same area at the same time what are 2 important characteristics that a population includes density (amount of individuals) and dispersion (how it’s spread out) …

AP World History Unit 1 Vocab Terms

Alphabets Writing systems in which a symbol represents a sound. Archeology The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures. Austronesian Language The family of languages spoken in Australia and Formosa and Malaysia and Polynesia. Bantu Languages Descriptive name for languages spoken largely east and south of the present day nation of Nigeria; …

AMERICAN HISTORY chapter 19

influenza potentially deadly viral illness Nicola Sacco an anarchist who was convicted of murder inflation rising prices creditor nation a country that owes less money than it is owed Warren G. Harding Republican President Red Scare fear of communism rising prices what was one cause of labor strikes in 1919 the united states which nation …

US History Chapter 1-11

Puritans Religious group that wanted to separate from the English Church Joint Stock Companies Companies what allowed several investors to pool their wealth in support of a colony that would yield profit. Conquistadors Explorers who were lured by the prospect of vast lands filled with gold and silver The Quakers A protestant sect that held …

AP World History IDs Chapter 5: Classical Civilizations in India and China

provinces political districts council of ministers assistants to princes and emperors of the Mauryan Empire districts divisions of provinces Ashoka Maurya The grandson of Chandragupta Maurya, he took the Mauryan Empire to its height. Famously converted to Buddhism after the deadly Kalinga Wars Kalinga territory in eastern India conquered by Ashoka in 261 BCE; 150,000 …

Modern World History Chapter 11 Study Guide

What was the main cause of the Crimean war Russia’s desire to gain land over the Ottoman Empire In what war did the opposition of Dutch settlers to British policy in south Africa turn violent The boer war Why was India called the jewel in the crown It was the most valuable of all of …

US history chapter 15-16

Cold war An area of high tension and bitter rivalry known between the United States and the Soviet Union following the end of World War II Self-determination Right of people to decide their own political status Berlin blockade/airlift A program in which the United States and Britain shift supplies by air to West Berlin during …

Glencoe World History 2008 Chapter 26 Content and Academic Vocabulary

Demilitarized elimination or prohibition of weapons, fortifications, and other military installations Appeasement satisfying reasonable demands of dissatisfied powers in an effort to maintain peace and stability Sanctions restrictions intended to enforce international law Dominate influence or control Violation a disregard of rules or agreements Blitzkrieg German for “lightning war,” a swift and sudden military attack; …

AP World History Chapter 19 Outline

Rape of Nanjing Rising of Chinese militia organizations in 1900 in which large numbers of Europeans and Chinese Christians were killed Imperialism The policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries, or of acquiring and holding colonies and dependencies. “Yellow Peril” European name for Chinese, “weak, cunning, obstinately …

Chp 2 History of Crisis Intervention

ABC Model of Crisis Intervention One way to structure crisis intervention that includes (A) developing and maintaining contact, (B) identifying the problem, and (C) coping. behavioral problem-solving model Approach focusing on goal setting, problem solving, and brainstorming alternatives. brief therapy Focuses on changing longer-standing behavior patterns rather than on only the current percipitating event (crisis …

Glencoe World History Chapter 20 - Section 1 & 2

Sir Henry Bessemer Patented a new process for making high-quality steel efficiently and cheaply known as the Bessemer Process New Products of Industrial Prosperity 1) lighter, stronger steel contributed to new buildings and machines and engines 2) Electricity as a new form of energy – heat, light and motion 3) Telephone 4) Radio Waves that …

Western Civilization Midterm

Virgil’s Aeneid was important because: It connected Roman history to the heroic narrative of the Trojan War Prior to the establishment of Rome as a dominant state in Italy it was: The Etruscans (the skilled metal workers) who lived there. The geographic site of Rome had a lot of advantages. What was the biggest? The …

Enduring Vision Ch. 6-11

Isaac Singer transformed American society by patenting a practical sewing machine that allowed for the mass production of textiles In 1851 a journal editor wrote that this had become “the great agent of civilization and progress, the most powerful instrument for good the world has yet reached.” What was he referring to? the locomotive Which …

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Infants are at risk for drug toxicity due to Decreased liver enzymes, reduced kidney function and reduced liver perfusion Anaphylactic rations Wheezing, swallowing difficulty, itching, tachycardia, angiogram facial swelling A patient is having difficulty remembering taking a med. what form should be given Extended release because they release over a lengthy period of time a …

AP World History Chapters 1-7 Overview

What were the most important developments in pre-history? The beginnings of agriculture, first through semi-cultivation, and then through clearing fields and specializing tools for planting and harvesting The beginnings of domestication of animals and pastoralism Why is the Neolithic Revolution considered so highly significant? It brought about: permanent dwellings, villages and towns specialized labor because …

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